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Steve Kmetko
Born February 16, 1953 (1953-02-16) (age 56)
Rhinelander, Wisconsin

Steven Kmetko (born February 16, 1953) is an American entertainment television host and reporter.

Kmetko was born in Rhinelander, Wisconsin. His most prominent job was on the E! cable network. He had previously worked as an entertainment reporter for CBS's Los Angeles affiliate (Channel 2). The television station replaced him with Ted Casablanca. Before that, he was a news anchor for station WAVE-TV in Louisville, Kentucky.

Married to an unidentified woman from 1975 until 1978,[1] Kmetko is openly gay and was romantically involved with former Olympic diving champion Greg Louganis.

He hosted the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association's Excellence in Journalism Awards on October 4, 2005, at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles, California. In May 2007, Kmetko went on the air as a general assignment reporter for Los Angeles's KTTV Fox 11 News.

Kmetko now trains celebrities on the art of being interviewed. He works for Media Training company, J2 Strategic Communications, alongside Bob Goen, Jon Kelley and Terry Murphy. He also has served as producer and reporter of several video segments on California's gay-marriage ruling for theadvocate.com, the website of the gay news magazine The Advocate.

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